When you’re trying to buy a home, there’s a lot of paperwork involved.
And if you don’t have an attorney on your side, it can be a bit overwhelming.
If that’s the case, the lender you’re considering may not be able to help with your loan application.
But with a little help, you can have your paperwork ready in time to get a loan.
Here are a few things you can do to make sure your paperwork is ready to go:Apply to a loan servicerIf you’re applying to a lender that can help with the loan application process, it’s a good idea to apply to one of the three federal loan servicers.
The three agencies are the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the Federal Housing Administration (FHWA), and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.
The FHWA can help you find a servicer if you’re having trouble with a loan application, and the FHSA will work with the HUD to assist in loan modifications.
The FHVA has a loan modification process that includes submitting documents to the lender.
The application process also includes a loan approval process.
You may also want to contact the FHA if you have a mortgage, or apply for a credit card or student loan through the Department.
To apply to a serviceman, you’ll need to complete a loan verification form that includes the following:A copy of the bank statement and credit report you want to send to the servicer, as well as copies of your federal income tax return and state tax return, as required.
The name of the servicemember.
The servicer’s phone number, which you’ll also need to provide.
Any documents that you need to send in order to receive the loan modification or loan approval.
Once you’ve completed the verification form, you should send the completed form to the FHC, HUD, or FHA, depending on which agency handles the loan process.
The servicer will then mail you a confirmation letter.
Once you receive the letter, you will need to return the confirmation to the address on the letter.
The letter will ask for the information on the verification forms, including the name of your servicer and the contact information for the service.
The following steps are required for a loan to be approved or modified:Complete the loan verification forms.
Provide the information for each form and the required information to the loan servicer.
For more information on completing the verification process, see the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Act, Title III, Section 404(a)(2).
If you need help applying to the mortgage servicers, you may contact the Servicemembers’ Legal Assistance Program at (888) 732-8777.